Grenfell Tower Fire
Posted 17 June 2017 - 10:57 PM
indicative of deep rooted social inequality, somewhat
but seems to me like a lot of lefties are using this square peg in a lot of political round holes
emotions are running high. the recently bereaved are usually not the most level-headed, rational people. their grief is valid, their political stance isn't unquestionable because they are bereaved. as for the rest of the lefties jumping on the bandwagon, i despair.
champagne socialist lily allen front and centre of the tv cameras, give me a break.
why can't people understand the complicated nature of reporting fatalities? it's pretty hard to identify piles of ash that used to be humans. where was the outrage any other time the fatality rate slowly crept up in a mass casualty event? where was the moral outrage from the left over rotherham?
it is as though theresa may lit the touchpaper herself and ran off gleefully through the fields of maize. 5 million is actually quite a lot of relief between the residents? am i missing something?
Posted 17 June 2017 - 11:06 PM
but for most of these people it is more about causing a scene and activist tourism than it is about justice.
Posted 18 June 2017 - 07:49 AM
You could buy a small one bedroom flat for £1 million
It may seem like a lot to you but it's derisory in the context of this events location and the amount of people affected
Posted 18 June 2017 - 08:18 AM
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